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THIS. THE 1947 STAGE COACH of St. Mary's School and Junior College, was published by the 
Student Body under the direction of Gene Rose, Editor-in-Chief, and Adelaide Boylston Linehan, Busi- 
ness Manager. The Engraving was done under the supervision of, and the printing and binding by 
the Edwards & Broughton Co., Raleigh, North Carolina. Photography by the Haynes Studio of Raleigh. 



Gene Rose: Editor 



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de Linehan: Bus. Mgr. 



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RICHARD GABRIEL STONE, Ph.D. 



An dedicating this year's Stage Coach to Dr. Stone, we wish to strike a symbolic note. 
In this the first year of a new presidency, we stand between an old era and a new. We look back with 
justifiable satisfaction on one hundred-odd years of Saint Mary's, and from an observation of the 
wisdom, kindness, and vision with which Dr. Stone has administered his first year as president, we 
look forward to the future as a source of even greater pride. 




We Arrive . . . 




We Depart . . . 





ADMINISTRATION 




RICHARD GABRIEL STONE, Ph.D. 

President 




Eliot Frost Stoughton, A.B., M.C.S. 

St. Mary's remembers Mr. Stoughton with 
lasting affection and a deep sense of loss. 



The Rev. Mr. I. Harding Hughes, A.B., B.D. 

There is ample proof that Mr. Hughes' in- 
fluence extends far beyond the mere conduct- 
ing of services in the fact that each girl views 
him, not only with esteem and respect, but also 
with warm friendship. 




SAINT MARY'S 




Russell Broughton 

Mus.B., Mus.M., F.A.G.O. 

Director Organ, Piano, Harmony, 

History of Music 

Florence C. Davis, B.O. 
Expression, Dramatic Art 

Fannie H. Harmon, A.B., M.A. 
Biology, Hygiene 

Mrs. Russell Broughton, A.B., M.A. 
French, Mathematics 



Mrs. William C. Guess, B.S. 
Director Dancing, Physical Education 

William Conrad Guess, A.B., M.A. 
History, Social Sciences 

Mrs. Charles Goodno, B.S. 
Commercial Subjects 

Martha Allan Wilkinson 

A.B., M.A. 

English, History 



Mrs. Leroy Smith, A.B., M.A. 
French, Spanish 

Mrs. Theodore Partrick, Jr., A.B. 
Bible, Latin 

Martha Dabney Jones, A.B., M.A. 
English 

Mrs. Alvin Wallace, A.B., M.A. 
English 



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FACULTY 



Geraldine Spinks Cate 

A.B., Mus.B., M.A. 

Voice 

Mrs. Doris Lloyd Neely 
Assistant Librarian 

Mrs. Evie Callahan 
Assistant Housekeeper 

Ann Arthur, B.S.M. 
German, Piano 



Molly Parker 
Assistant Dietitian 

Mrs. Nannie H. Marriott 
Dietitian, Housekeeper 

Anna D. Graham, B.S. 
Physical Education 

Mary Lewis Sasser 
Secretary 

Sally Digges. A.B., M.A. 
Spanish, French 



Alice Bell, A.B. 
Alumnae Secretary 

Bessie B. Brown 

Secretary of Postoffice and 

Bookstore 

Julia Jordan 
Secretary 

Frances Vann 
Assistant Secretary 

Elizabeth Gordon Tucker 
Secretary to the President 




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FACULTY 




Mrs. James A. Wellons, A.B. 
Piano, Theory 

Mrs. Harlan C. Brown, A.B., M.A. 
Library, Spanish 

Elizabeth Bason. A.B.. M.A. 
Domestic Science, Domestic Art 



Mrs. Walter Simpson 
Switchboard Operator 

Mrs. Hugh McLeod 
Hostess 

Mrs. L. B. Naylor, R.N. 
Resident Nurse 

Mary Ruth Haig, B.S. 
Piano 



Mabel Margaret Morrison 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Latin, History, Psychology 

Mrs. O. K. Joyner, A.B. 
English 



Not photographed: 

Annie Ruth Lineberry, A.B.. M.A. 
Mathematics 

Katherine Morris 
Art, Art History 

John Wesley Morgan, A.B., M.A. 
Chemistry 

Dr. Hubert Benbury Haywood. Jr. 
School Physician 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



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MARGARET MANN SWINDELL 

President, Student Government Association 




ELIZABETH TRAVIS MYATT 

Vice President, 
Student Government Association 



ELIZABETH ANN 
BLUNDON 

Secretary, 

Student Government 

Association 



STUDENT 
OFFI 



Being president of Student Gov- 
ernment is not only a constantly 
demanding task, but often a difficult 
and unpleasant one; yet Peggy, with 
an innate dignity and an unflagging 
effort to give the most in understand- 
ing to every girl has fulfilled it 
admirably. 



The vice-president is very much 
a public relations officer, and per- 
haps the fact that "Liddy Bet" has the 
gift of getting along with everybody 
accounts for much of Student Gov- 
ernment's success this year. 



Betsy is as well known for her 
subtle humor as for the able job that 
she, as secretary, does to keep Student 
Government running smoothly. 




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GOVERNMENT 
ERS 



It takes a good deal of coolness 
under fire to contend with a year of 
"late lights," "slept-through-break- 
fasts," and town slips, but Mar'et 
just opens up that Norfleet grin, ef- 
ficiently sets matters right, and takes 
it all in her stride. 



What astonishes everyone is the 
startling contrast between Woolie's 
pixie personality and her dignified 
capability as secretary of the Hall 
Council. 



Betsy-Tom handles Day Student 
matters with a matter-of-fact ease 
and an exuberant vitality which 
quickly dispenses with any problem. 





MARGARET GARY NORFLEET 
Chairman, Hall Council 




HELEN WLILIGER BOYLE 

Secretary, Hall Council 



BETSY-TOM LAWRENCE 

President, Day Students 



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THE HONOR COUNCIL 



The Honor Council, the most respected, yet least encountered organization in school, is 
the cornerstone of Student Government. Its job is the firm maintenance of basic principles 
and standards of the school, and to its efficiency and good judgment is due much of what 
Saint Mary's has come to stand for. 



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The most active and essential of the Student Government organizations, the Hall Council 
directs the policies concerning dormitory life. By its capable enforcement of necessary regula- 
tions and practical solutions of day-to-day problems, this group makes it possible to place the 
maintenance of hall discipline almost entirely in the hands of the girls themselves. 



THE HALL COUNCIL 




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THE LEGISLATIVE BODY 



The Legislative Body, organized by the students, of the students, and for the students, is 
Saint Mary's answer to the democratic ideal. Feeling that each girl deserves a voice in the 
system that regulates her school life, this council receives and considers submitted petitions. 
It is thus a plastic organ of adjustment to changing times and conditions. 






CLASSES 



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Jean Roberts 
President 

Nancy O'Keeffe 
Vice President 

Rose Wallace 
Secretary 

Virginia Woodley 
Treasurer 

Joan Hassler 
Chairman of Assemblies 



THE SENIOR CLASS 




The seniors . . . arrived early and welcomed in the new 
girls ( with what they hoped was suitable dignity ) . . . took 
over their offices with considerable pride and misgivings 
I "Do you think everyone will laugh when I make my 
speech?") . . . hall president-ed with stern (they hoped ) 
authority ( "One more word, and you get a slip!") . . . felt a 
little desperate in their first Illiad and Aenead encounters 
. . . swore that Jean's "Night before Christmas" was the 
best senior Dance yet . . . gloated over presenting the first 
May Day in several years ("Doesn't Sande look lovely?") 
. . . thanked profusely for a perfect Junior-Senior . . . ap- 
plied prayers and midnight oil to finals ( "Does anyone 
know Milton's dates?") . . . and reached for their precious 
diplomas through a blur of tears. 



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Seniors 






Elizabeth Frances Adkerson 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

''Lynchburg style," pint size, 
"'male call" 

Dance Marshal 46; Doctor's 
Daughters Club 46, Secretary 47; 
Christmas Pageant 47; Stage 
Coach 47; Orchesis 47; Dramatic 
Club 46. 47; Political Science 
Club 46, 47; YWCA 46, 47' 
Sigma. 



Serena Ashburn 

Norfolk, Virginia 

"Dooley." exotic, Va. Beach 

Marshal 47; Hall Council 47; 
Orchesis 47; Political Science 
Club 47: Doctor's Daughters Club 
46, 47; Women's Auxiliary 46, 47; 

Mu. 



Betty Virginia Beasley 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

"Bee," argyle socks, i N 

Senior Lite Saving 46; Political 
Science Club 46; Women's Aux- 
iliary 46; Sigma. 






Frances Y. Bickett 

Raleigh 

photographic mind, fatigue 
jacket, late parties 

Granddaughters' Club 43, 44, 45, 
46, 47; Art Certificate 46; Sigma. 



Katherine Shannon Blake 

Raleigh 

big grin. "Trina." slim gal 

Dance Marshal 47; Le Cercle 
Francais 47: Political Science 
Club 47: Stage Coach 47: Sigma. 



Elizabeth Ann Blundon 

Charleston, West Virginia 

puUed-up socks, sincerity, 
"Well, I declare!" 

Secretary, Student Eody 47: 
secretary. Honor Council 47; 
Circle 47; Hall Council 47; Altar 
Guild 47; Political Science Club 
47; Women's Auxiliary 46, Sec- 
retary 47; Orchesis 46, 47; Le 
Cercle Francais 46; Choir 46, 47; 
Sigma. 



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Seniors 





Virginia Hamilton Bonnet 

Miami, Florida 

"Dinny," palm trees 'n' sun- 
shine, Dutch gal look 

Dramatic Club 46, 47; YWCA 46, 

47; Mu. 



Helen Wuliger Boyle 

Charlotte 

"Woolie 'n Coop," " — , kid!'' 
The Woolie Walk 

Secretary, Hall Council 47; Hall 
Council 46, 47; Stage Coach 46, 
47; Bulletin 47; Belies 46, 47; 
Women's Auxiliary 46; Altar 
Guild 47; Choir 47; Christmas 
Pageant; Mu. 



Elizabeth Lysander Childs 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Sande, The Citadel, 
"Her Majesty" 

Marshal 47; May Queen 47; Bas- 
ketball Award 46; Letter Club 
46, 47; YWCA 46, 47; Women's 
Auxiliary 47; Political Science 
Club 46, 47; All Star Basketball 
46; All-Star Softball 46; Ping 
Pong Team 46; Tennis Team 46; 
Sigma. 






Katherine Saunders Clark 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

"Crow," "the burg," UVA 

Marshal 47; Circle 47; Dance 
Committee, Senior Dance 47; 
Hall Council 46, 47; Nominating 
Committee 47: Altar Guild 47; 
Orchesis 47; YWCA 46. 47; Mu. 



Martha Leah Conger 

Edenton 

"Curley," piquant profile, 
torchbearer 

Editor, Bulletin 47; Circle 46, 
President 47; President, Junior 
Class 46; Women's Auxiliary 
Council 46; Hall Council 47; 
Legislative Body 46; EAP Liter- 
ary Society 46, 47; Belles 45. 46; 
Stage Coach 46, 47; Tennis 
Manager 46; Altar Guild 47; 



Ida Katherine Constable 

Charlotte 

"Don't worry," blithe spirit, 
chatter 

Stage Coach 47; Dramatic Club 
46, 47: Political Science Club 46, 
47; Women's Auxiliary 46; Mu. 

Granddaughters Club 45, 46, 47- 
Political Science Club 46, 47; Le 
Cercle Francais 47; Christmas 
Pageant; Mu. 



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Sen 



lors 






Elizabeth Anne Cooper 

Greensboro 

"Coop 'n Woolie," kittenish, 
"Hey, how you?" 

President, Sigma Athletic As- 
sociation 47; Hall Council 47; 
Athletic Council 47; Letter Club 
46, 47; Dance Marshal 46; Belles 
45, 46, 47; Stage Coach 46, 47: 
Bulletin 47; Women's Auxiliary 
46; Altar Guild 47; Choir 47; 
Glee Club 45, 46; Political 



Virginia Moss Corpening 

Newton 

"Ginger," throaty voice, 
Carolina 



Orchesis 46, 47: 
Club 47; Mu. 



Political Science 



Science Club 46: Dramatic Club 
46, 47; All Star Hockey 45, 46; 
Basketball Manager 47; Christ- 
mas Pageant; Sigma. 



Sarah Elizabeth Covington 

Bennettsville, South Carolina 

"Chubby," Pepsodent smile, 
jitterbug gin' 

Letter Club 47; Hall Council 47; 
Women's Auxiliary 46, Council 
47: Belles 47; Stage Coach 47; 
Orchesis 47; Altar Guild 47; 
Senior Life Saving 46; Softball 
Team 46; All Star Hockey 47; 
Acolyte 47; Christmas Pageant; 
Mu. 






Margaret Elizabeth Cummings 

Raleigh 

"Nuts," beauty hints, EAP 

EAP Literary Society 46, Pres- 
ident 47; Stage Coach 47; Le 
Cercle Francais 47: Political 
Science Club 47; Sigma. 



Elizabeth Bissette Dempsey 

Wilson 

"Derap," sables, "Beautiful, 
beau-ti-ful Wilson" 

Chief Dance Marshal 47; Dance 
Marshal 46; Political Science 
Club 46, President 47; Hall 
Council 47; YWCA 46, 47; Swim- 
ming Assistant 47; Sigma. 



Jane Miller Dickey 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Rebel!, tabu, high heels 

Hall Council 45; YWCA 46; 
Women's Auxiliary 47; Belies 44, 

45, 46, 47; Stage Coach 47; Dra- 
matic Club 44, 45, 46, 47; Le 
Cercle Francais 46, 47; Political 
Science Club 47; All Star Hockey 

46, 47; Mu. 



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Seniors 






Mary Anna Dunbar 

Laurinburg 

Navy, Carolina Hotel, naive 

Belles 47; Stage Coach 47; 
Political Science Club 46, 47; Le 
Cercle Francais 47; YWCA 46, 47; 
Women's Auxiliary 47; Orchesis 

47; Mu. 



Nancy Bascom Ford 

Washington 

red hair and temperament. 
State, domestic gal 

Doctors' Daughters Club 45, 46, 
47, Treasurer 46; Chairman, Red 
Cross Drive 47; Orchesis 47: 
Political Science Club 47; Altar 
Guild 47; Acolyte 47; Women's 
Auxiliary 45, 46; Senior Pageant 
47; Manager, Badminton Team 
47; Mu. 



Jean Miller Gatlin 

Stonewall 

mischievous, "family,'' hungry 

Hall Council 47; Belles 46, 47; 
Stage Coach 46, 47; Bulletin 46, 
47; Political Science Club 46; 
Dramatic Club 46, 47: YWCA 46; 
Mu. 






Sylvia Elizabeth Green 

Williamston 

Sybbe, "little one,'' so busy 

President, Mu's Athletic Council 
47; Dance Marshal 46, 47; Altai- 
Guild 47; Dramatic Club 45, 46, 
47: Swimming Club 45, 46. 47; 
Le Cercle Francais 47; Political 
Science Club 47; Women's Aux- 
iliary 46; Stage Coach 46, 47; 
Belies 45; All Star Hockey 47; 
Letter Club 47; Mu. 



Joan Diehm Hassler 

Thomasville 

Broadway bound, teddy 
bears, Sigma Pi Epsilon 

Chairman. Assembly Programs 
47; Circle 47; YWCA 46, 47, 
Chairman 46; Program Chair- 
man. Dramatic Club 46; Le 
Cercle Francais 47; Sigma Pi 
AJpha 46, 47; Political Science 
Club 46, 47; Stage Coach 47; 
Belles 47; Sigma. 



Alice Neyle Henderson 

Walterboro 

bridge, scarves, "art splashes" 

Belles 47; Stage Coach 47; Hall 
Representative 47; YWCA 47; 
Political Science Club 47; Dra- 
matic Club 46; Sigma. 



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Seniors 





Sarah Martha Hinkle 

Winston-Salem 

Marty, State pin-up, tap'n 
toe 

Honor Council 46; Hall Council 
47; Orchesis 46, President 47; 
Dramatic Club 46, Program 
Chairman 47; "Taming of the 
Shrew" 46; "Little Women" 47; 
Women's Auxiliary Council 47; 
Altar Guild 47; Crucifer 47; 
Christmas Pageant; Mu. 



Fannie Mae Hudson 
Shelby 

gesticulation, "Turn/pie," 

graceful 

Dramatic Club 46, 47; Costume 
Committee, May Day 47; Orche- 
sis 47; Women's Auxiliary 46, 47; 
Acolyte 47; Mu. 



Mary Craig Hunter 

Vienna, Virginia 

soft voice. Hunter hand- 
writing, lady-like 

Stage Coach 47; Belles 47; Altai- 
Guild 47; Women's Auxiliary 46, 
47: Political Science Club 47; Art 
Certificate; Mu. 




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Anne Alves Huske 
Fayetteville 

Nag's Head, "Smoke Gets in 
Your Eyes," bracelets 

Granddaughters' Club 46, Vice 
President 47; Women's Auxiliary 
46, 47; Stage Coach 46, 47; 
Belles 47: Le Cercle Francais 47; 
Political Science Club 47; Christ- 
mas Pageant; Sigma. 



Ann McKay Jennings 

Americus, Georgia 
"Gawjah," lil'Ann, KA 

YWCA 46, 47; Altar Guild 47: 
Dramatics Club 47; Orchesis 47; 
Christmas Pageant; Mu. 



Ann Fripp Jones 

Summerville. South Carolina 

Laughing eyes, Annapolis, 
Charleston accent 

Editor. Belles 47, Staff 46; Niles 
Medal 46; Hall Council 47: Altar 
Guild 47; Orchesis 47; Women's 
Auxiliary 47: All Star Hockey 
47; Softball Team 46; Art Certifi- 
cate; Christmas Pageant; Mu. 



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Seniors 






Laura Elizabeth Kiser 
Raleigh 
Lizzie, Salem gal, neatness 
Transfer, Salem; Mu. 



Ann Fulton Lanier 

Danville, Virginia 

chatter, UVA, wide-eyed 

Co-Chairman Hall Council 47; 
YWCA 46, 47; Political Science 
Club 46, 47; Dramatics Club 46, 
47; Orchesis 47; Manager, Golf 
Team 47; Sigma. 



Violet Virginia LaRue 

Raleigh 

foot lights, auburn locks, 
purple jacket 

Dramatic Club, President 47, Bus. 
Mgr. 46; Orchesis 46, 47; Stage 
Coach 46; Bulletin 47; Belles 47; 
Mu Cheer Leader 46; "The Imag- 
inary Invalid" 46; "The Taming 
of the Shrew" 46; "Little 
Women" 47; Expression Certifi- 
cate: Christmas Pageant; Mu. 





Betsy-Tom Lawrence 

Raleigh 

strong opinions, party-giver, 
vitality 

President, Day Students 47; 
Legislative Body 47; Stage 
Coach 46, 47; Swimming Club 
46, 47; All Star Swimming 45; 
Doctors' Daughters Club 45, 46, 
47; Senior Life Saving 45; Mu. 



Dorothy Katherine Leak 

Wadesboro 

Phi Gam's, south'rn belle, 
tiny feet 

Dance Marshal 46; Women's 
Auxiliary 46; Altar Guild 47; 
Granddaughters' Club 46, 47; 
Political Science Club 47; Dra- 
matic Club 46, 47; Altar Server 
47; Sigma. 



Caroline Jane Lewis 

Charleston, South Carolina 

shoes, musical gal, giggling 

Political Science Club 46, 47; 
YWCA 45, 46, 47; Stage Coach 
46; Mu. 



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Seniors 






Lillian Virginia Lumpkin 

Americus, Georgia 

"Little girl," giggles, 
"Gawjuh" 

Hall Council 47; Dramatic Club 
46, 47; Political Science Club 47; 
Orchesis 47; Women's Auxiliary 
46; Golf Team; Sigma. 



Cynthia McCaw 

Bristol, Rhode Island 

"Cindy," Irish eyes, strapless 
evening dresses 

President, Women's Auxiliary 
47: President, Sigma Pi Alpha 
46, 47; Choir 46. Cantor 47; Glee 
Club 47; Sigma Lambda Literary 
Society 46, 47; Women's Aux- 
iliary Council 46, 47; Hall Coun- 
cil 47; Circle 47; Belles 46; 
Hockey Team 47; Sigma Cheer 



Mary Jane Mason 

Freehold, New Jersey 

ASTC, sleepy, "N. C. Hills" 

Hall Council 47; Doctors' Daugh- 
ters Club 46, 47; Dramatic Club 
47; Belles 47; Stage Coach 47; 
Christmas Pageant; Sigma. 



Leader 46; Art Certificate; Ping 
Pong Team; Christmas Pageant; 
Basketball 47; Episcopal Student 
Conference 46; Sigma. 






Elizabeth Travis Myatt 

Goldsboro 

Oo-dy, bubbling, "Liddy Bet" 

V. Pres., Student Government 47; 
Circle 46, Sec. 47; Honor Council 
47; Hall Council 47; Treas. Jr. 
Class 46: Legislative Body 47; 
Dramatic Club 46, 47, Sec. 46; 
Glee Club 47; Choir 46: Crucifer 
47; Orchesis 47; Auxiliary 46; 
Altar Guild 47; All Star Basket- 
ball 46; Sigma. 



Janie Frances Nance 

Raleigh 

"Meg," on the go, tranquil 

Dramatic Club 46, 47; "The Tam- 
ing of the Shrew;'' The Imaginary 
Invalid;'' "Little Women;" Mu. 



Margaret Gary Norfleet 

Jackson 

poise, "Now sing we all to 

DKE:'' curls 

Chmn., Hall Council 47; Circle 
47; Sec, Jr. Class 46; Hall Coun- 
cil 46, 47; Nom. Committee 46; 
Belles 45, 46, 47; Stage Coach 
45, 46, 47: Women's Auxiliary 
45, 46, 47; Altar Guild 47; Politi- 
cal Science Club 46, 47: Le Cercle 
Francais 47; Legislative Body 47; 
Christmas Pageant; Sigma. 



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Seniors 






Nancy Jane O'Keeffe 

Bluefield, West Virginia 

sparkle, "Eddie Cantor," 
"hi-ya" 

Vice President Senior Class 47; 
Hall Council 47; Woman's Aux- 
iliary 47, Council 47; Altar Guild 
47; Glee Club 46, 47, Vice Presi- 
dent 47; Choir 46, 47; Belles 47; 
Stage Coach 47; Bulletin 47; 
Sigma Cheer Leader 47; Sigma. 



Margaret Lee Paine 

Hampton, Virginia 

freckles, neatness, VMI 

Circle 47; Hall Council 47; 
YWCA 46, Council 47; President, 
Doctors' Daughters Club 47; 
Political Science Club 47; Senior 
Life Saving 46; Music Certificate; 
Sigma. 



Elizabeth Holt Pierson 

Raleigh 

summer school, sedate, curls 

President, Le Cercle Francais 47; 
Dramatic Club 46; Political 
Science Club 47; Bulletin 47; 
Sigma. 





Nancy Ross Pendleton 

Elizabeth City 

"Pinkie," "Herald Angel." 
Nag's Head 

Doctors' Daughters Club 46, 47 
Belles 47; Stage Coach 47 
Political Science Club 47 
Woman's Auxiliary 46; Christ 
mas Pageant; Sigma. 



Ida Paulett Pifer 

Winchester, Virginia 

"Pif," dimples, U. Va. 

Hall Council 47; Woman's Aux- 
iliary 46, 47; Doctors' Daughters 
Club 46, 47; Political Science 
Club 47; Mu. 



Peggy Ann Powell 

Clinton 

composed. New York, Tommy 

Belles 47; Le Circle Francais 46, 
47; Woman's Auxiliary 46; Poli- 
tical Science Club 47; Sigma. 



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Seniors 






Willie Marjorie Riddick 

Scotland Neck 

Midgie, shufflin' along, 
bridge hound 

Vice President, Political Science 
Club 47; Altar Guild 47; Dra- 
matic Club 46, 47; Le Cercle 
Francais 47; Women's Auxiliary 
46, 47; Belles 47; Orchesis 47"; 
Granddaughters' Club 46, 47; Mu. 



Elizabeth French Roberts 

Culpepper, Virginia 

Libby, dignity, AMA 

Marshal 47; Honor Council 47; 
Circle 47; Hall Council 47; Altai- 
Guild 47; Women's Auxiliary 46; 
Orchesis 47; Sigma. 



Jean Robinson Roberts 

Durham 

suits, "Bobby," "Nite 'jore 
Xmas" 

President, Senior Class 47; Circle 
46, Treasurer 47; Hall Council 
47; Legislative Body 46, 47; Altar 
Guild 47; Orchesis 47; Women's 
Auxiliary 46; Sigma. 






Eugenia Perry Rose 

Henderson 

originality, W. 'n L., gold 
shoes 

Editor, Stage Coach 47; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 2 II A 46, 47; Mu 
Cheer Leader 46; Bulletin 46, 47; 
- A 46, Program Chairman 47; 
Dance Committee, Senior Dance 
47; Women's Auxiliary 46, 47; 
Political Science Club 47; Le 
Cercle Francais 46, 47; Altar 



Betty Lou Rowland 

Willow Springs 

spike heels, ivory com- 
plexion, innocent look 

Glee Club 46, 47; Dramatic Club 
46, 47: Orchesis 46, 47: "Little 
Women" 47; "The Taming of the 
Shrew" 46; "The Imaginary 
Invalid" 46; Christmas Pageant 
47; Sigma. 

Guild 47; Dramatic~Club 46, 47; 
Art Certificate; Mu. 



Alice Elizabeth Siler 

Waynesville 

Sigma Chi, baby jace, bangs 

YWCA 46, 47: Dramatic Club 46. 
47; Political Science Club 46, 47: 
Mu. 



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Seniors 





Elizabeth Sprague Silver 

Raleigh 

''Sis,'' nepheiv, whimsey 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society, 
President 46, 47; Political Science 
Club 47, Secretary 47; Belles 46, 
47; Stage Coach 46, 47; Grand- 
daughters' Club 46, 47; Le Cercle 
Francais 47; Mu. 



Sara Mell Smith 

Birmingham, Alabama 

"Mell," eyelashes, those 
'Bama boys! 

YWCA 46, President 47; Political 
Science Club 46, 47; Le Cercle 
Francais 46, 47; Dance Marshal 
47; Granddaughters' Club 46, 
Secretary-Treasurer 47; Mu. 



Mary Nelson Smithwick 

Louisburg 

grin. Mary Nelson, Music 
Building 

Letter Club 46. 47; Woman's 
Auxiliary 46, Council 47; Hockey 
Team 47; Sigma. 





Jean Strickland 

Wilson 

"Strook," drawl, jigger 

Chief Marshal 47; Vice President, 
Junior Class 46; Glee Club 46, 47; 
Belles 46, 47; Hockey Manager 
46; Sextet 46, 47; Political 
Science Club 46; Senior Life Sav- 
ing 46; Hall Council 47; Vice 
President, Sigma 47; Sigma Pi 
Alpha 46, 47; Athletic Council 47; 
Letter Club 46, 47; Choir 46; 
Sigma. 



Margaret Mann Swindell 

Washington 

Soft-spoken, ability, charm 

President, Student Government 
47; Legislature Body 46, 47; Hall 
Council 47; Editor Student Hand- 
book 46; Honor Council 46, 47; 
Doctors' Daughters Club 46, 47; 
Circle 46, 47; 2 A 46, 47; YWCA 
46, 47; Dramatic Club 46, 47; 
Political Science Club 47; Belies 
Staff 46; Mu. 



Elizabeth Taylor 

Winston-Salem 

"Christinas Song," Vade 
Mecum, Lib 

Stage Coach 47; Belles 46, 47; 
Woman's Auxiliary 46, 47; Art 
Club 46; Political Science Club 
47; Dramatic Club 46; Sigma Pi 
Alpha 46, 47; Altar Guild 47; 
Annual Honor Roll 46; Mu. 



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Seniors 






Sarah Jouett Taylor 

Eustis, Florida 

"Judy,'' Pug-nose, cocker- 
spaniel eyes 

Hall Council 47; Belles 46, Busi- 
ness Manager 47; Woman's Aux- 
iliary 46, Council 47; Hockey 47; 
EAP 46, 47; Dramatic Club 46; 
Episcopal Student Conference 
46; Sigma. 



Jane Dickerson Thomas 
Lynchburg, Virginia 

"T," -The Crowd," Sigma 

Nu 

Hall Council 47; Altar Guild 47; 
Woman's Auxiliary 46; Dramatic 
Club 46, 47; Political Science 
Club 46, 47; Invitation Commit- 
tee, Senior Dance; Belles 46; 
Senior Life Saving 46; Sigma. 



Mary Leah Thorne 

Farmville 

pins, Wake Forest, bustling 

Glee Club 46, 47; Sigma Pi Alpha 
47; Christmas Pageant 47; Poli- 
tical Science Club 47; Le Cercle 
Francais 47; Sigma. 






Henrietta Williams Thorp 

Rocky Mount 

"Weddy," "UV jokes," 
"those eyes" 

Marshal 47; Hall Council 47: 
Senior Dance Marshal 47; EAP 
46, 47; Glee Club 46; Grand- 
daughters' Club 46, 47; Woman's 
Auxiliary 46; Senior Life Saving 
46; Altar Guild 47; Political 
Science Club 47; Christmas 
Pageant 47; Bulletin 47; Mu. 



Rose Ellen Wallace 

Chase City, Virginia 

thumb tacks, "pad," diets 

Secretary, Senior Class 47; Circle 
47; Secretary-Treasurer YWCA 
47; Hall Council 47; Glee Club 
45; Belles 46, 47; Stage Coach 
47; Political Science Club 46, 47; 
Sigma. 



Marguerite Way 

Waynesville 

"Pody," Duke, "going home" 

YWCA 46, 47; Dramatic Club 47; 
Mu. 



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Seniors 





Myra Gladys Welsh 

Monroe 

"Beauregarde." poet, perfect 
come-backs 

Hall Council 47; EAP Literary 
Society 46, 47; Legislative Body 
47: Bulletin 46, 47: Stage Coach 
47; Belles 47; Dramatic Club 46. 
47; Political Science Club 47: 
Woman's Auxiliary 46; Sigma. 



Elizabeth Mildred Wetterau 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Phi Gams, laughter, 
"White Shoulder" 

Vice President, YWCA 47; Hall 
Council 47; Hall Representative 
46; Political Science Club 46, 
Program Chairman 47: Glee Club 
46, 47; Le Cercle Francais 46, 
47; Sigma. 




Virginia Swain Woodley 

Creswell 

"Moonglow," diamond, 
"Straw HaV 

Treasurer. Senior Class 47; Hall 
Council 47; Woman's Auxiliary 
46, 47; Belles 47: Stage Coach 
47; All-Star Hockey 47; Ail-Star 
Softball 46; Letter Club 47; 
Political Science Club 46, 47; Art 
Certificate; Sigma. 



Martha Best Yorke 

Concord 

Kappa Sigs, frankness, 
"good queen Bess" 

YWCA 46, 47: Political Science 
Club 47; Marshal 47; Belles 46, 
47; Stage Coach 46, 47; All-Star 
Basketball 46; Letter Club 47; 
Manager, Hockey Team 47; 
Swimming Club 46, 47; Legisla- 
tive Body 46; Dance Committee; 
Stage Coach Dance 47; Sigma. 



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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




CHUBBY COVINGTON 

Sportsmanship 

GENE ROSE 

Originality 

MARTHA BEST YORKE 

Style 



CYNTHIA MeCAW 

School Spirit 

JOAN HASSLER 

Vivacity 

BEAU WELSH 
Wit 



JEAN ROBERTS 

Dependability 

MELL SMITH 
Charm 

LIDDY BET MYATT 

Friendliness 



JEAN STRICKLAND 

Versatility 

LIBBY ROBERTS 

Dignity 

FRIPP JONES 

Intellect 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



Name 
Adkerson 
Ashburn 
Beasley 
Bickett 
Blake 

Blundon 

Bonnet 

Boyle 

Childs 
Clark 

Conger 

Constable 

Cooper 

Corpening 

Covington 

Cummings 

Dempsey 

Dickey 

Dunbar 

Ford 

Gatlin 

Green 

Hassler 

Henderson 

Hinkle 

Hudson 

Hunter 

Huske 

Jennings 

Jones 

Kiser 

Lanier 

LaRue 

Lawrence 

Leak 

Lewis 

Lumpkin 

McCaw 

Mason 

Myatt 

Nance 

Norfleet 

O'Keeffe 

Payne 

Pierson 

Pendleton 

Pifer 

Powell 

Riddick 

Roberts, E. 

Roberts, J. 

Rose 

Rowland 

Siler 

Silver 

Smith 

Smithwick 

Strickland 

Swindell 

Taylor, E. 

Taylor, J. 

Thomas 

Thorne 

Thorpe 

Wallace 

Way 

Welsh 

Wetterau 

Woodley 

Yorke 



Invariably says 
Oh, no 
Well, golly 
Yeah 
censored 
Studied your 

Music History? 
Now, Mary Craig 
Come on. Dot 
Coming, Cooper 

To be sure 
Dear Gus 

A witty 

Good luck 

Woolie!!! 

I'm hungry 

Where is Fripp? 

Got a ride? 

Hi, kids! 

You all, it's terrible 

San-de! 

Well, really 

Hurry, Mary Jane! 

You'd do well to! 

Hurry to class 

Honestly 

Orchesis at 4:00 

Its like this 

Look sweetheart 

I'll not worry 

Ah, me! 

Chubby, wait — 

Shucks 

O, my Lawd! 

Let me tell you 

Alirooney 

Seen Tom? 

My cow! 

Don'tcha know? 

My word! 

Didja now? 

it with a giggle 

I don't care 

"Come to order!" 

quite a lot 

"Well, that did it." 

something intellectual 

It E City-ish 

"Sh-s-s" 

"Uh-huh" 

"Oh, rilly" 

"Ah, shucks!" 

"C'mon, Henry" 

"I've had it" 

"Got a match?" 

"I love him" 

Hold that cig 

"Yuk" 

"Throw a shoe" 

"Huh?" 

"I luv ya' " 

"Where's Pinkey?" 

"Cindy!!" 

"Gosh, y'all" 

"My hair . . ." 

censored 

"Lemme tell you" 

"I wanna get married" 

"I can't stand it" 

"7:15, get up!" 

"I reckon" 

"I jest you not" 



Admired for 

little feet 

poise 

generosity 

frankness 

genuineness 

subtle wit 
those A's 
amiability 

big brown eyes 
sincerity 

Conger-brand 

personality 

cheerfulness 

blond n' blue-eyed 

smile 

friendliness 

individuality 

wit 

jewelry 

clothes 

gay mood 

supply of food 

miniature size 

comedian talents 

artistic ability 

dancing 

sunny disposition 

artistic ability 

green eyes 

southern drawl 

cuteness 

sincerity 

conscientiousness 

dramatics 

big heartedness 

good nature 

friendliness 

style 

charm 

perseverance 

sociability 

thoroughness 

new curls 

disposition 

freckles 

brain 

red curls 

complexion 

determination 

complexion 

calmness 

little girl look 

just being Gene 

baby feet 

Pond's look 

button nose 

evening dresses 

sportsmanship 

elegance 

versatility 

brains 

impish grin 

candor 

collection of pins 

"pus'nality" 

dependability 

silliness 

ready wit 

enjoying it all 

Sam Beard 

wardrobe 



Ideal man 
"Bo" 

Cary Grant 
party boy 
William 
"bless 'em all" 

Gregory Peck 
dead secret 
like Albert 

None of 'em 
Ideal 

with fewer ideals 

"The man I love" 
(who this week? ) 
Pete 
ask her 
still at large 
"Baldy" 
A "Scott man" 
"the Jones family" 
interesting eyes 
Daddy 
any Zete 
Ed 

tweed-y 
Freddy 
Ty 

U. Va. 

tall, beach-lover 
"ramblin' wreck . . ." 
"Tru" 
"Toby" 
goes to U. Va. 
Billy 

"The man I love" 
"him" 
Blonde 
"Moe" 
Ritch 

21, 5'H", green eyes 
Oo-dy 

Gregory Peck 
not a big brother 
favors curls 
Nelson 
Charles 
Sandy 
"Sug" 
Tommy 
I'll bite 
Billy 

blond 'n devilish 
Lord Calvert 
tall 'n blond 
Bill 
Harvey 
"Sigh- 
Billy 
a Zete 

" — doesn't exist" 
must love lemon pie 
Bruce 

Norfolk variety 
good question! 
like Pop 
Fred Fletcher 
Boyd 

large economy size 
Coffee 
invitin' eyes 
Charlie 



Weakness 
cashmere sweaters 
sentimental songs 
Sir Walter 
Kappa Sigs 
going places 

sea food 
traveling 
Narcissus bulbs n' 

cactus 
sleeping 
"How Deep Is 

the Ocean" 
long, lanky type 

men 'n perfume 

"bears" 
bridge 

Bennettsville 
men 

tall tales 

anything chocolate 
Bobby (plural) 
ministers sons 
cars 

Nags Head 
rabbits 
horses 
Freddy 
dancing 
sleeping 
Hershey bars 
menfolks 
cocker spaniels 
Carolina 
gullibility 
talking 
CCC 
dogs 

chocolate 
movies 

"po' little R. I." 
Jean's food 
being leading man 
'nilla ice cream 
mean DKE's 
Greensboro 
V.M.I, 
education 
"hawses" 
"Sug" 
Marines 
Hersheys 
little store 
tuna fish 

onion sandwiches 
Bobby 
loafing 

nurse maid-ing 
shoes 

chocolate pie 
Bo 

"tall tales" 
Dick 

palm's 'n' 'gators 
laughing fits 
K.A.'s 
Carolina 

Toddle House pie 
Waynesville 
Navy 
bridge 
Va. Beach 
Raleigh 



Always 
getting mail, male 
going to the movies 
starting a new sock 
making big plans 
complicates situations 

taking the minutes 
looking for Dot 
perturbed about 
hair-do 
sleeping 
harmonizing ( ? ) 

avoiding Editorials 

confused 

unjumbling dates 

writing Pete 

a small one 

with Sis 

mixed up 

gabbing 

giggling 

looking for Priss 

talking about food 

socializing 

mimicking 

drinking coffee 

neat 

sleepy 

writing to Charlie 

keeping up with Joan 

studying Spanish 

getting in the Belles 

moanin' transfering 

got a new outfit 

enthusiastic 

in hot water 

going out 

playing piano 

functions backwards 

knittin' "In" things" 

doodling A. S.T.C. 

telling a new joke 

learning lines 

writing to Tobe 

heard 

writing Nelson 

right 

studying Spanish 

with Mary Craig 

looking for a letter 

visiting 

working away 

understanding 

on the job 

late for English 

loafing 

looking puzzled 

napping 

practicing 

going home 

going to meetings 

talking to Pinkey 

b'moanin' Spanish 

snoozing 

p'turbing Clay 

late 

"getting ready" 

coming to 2nd Holt 

missing Mr. Moore 

entertaining the Hall 

the usual 

going over big 



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WE'RE BIG GIRLS NOW 





LUCK FLANDERS 
President 

NELLIE TRUSLOW 
Vice President 

PAGE PARRISH 
Secretary 

HELEN EPPES 
Treasurer 



THE JUNIOR GLASS 




Having crossed that difficult bridge between high school 



and college, the juniors now look back upon this year with 



a sense of accomplishment. They recall their first big job. 



the Hallowe'en party, and the last, the Junior-Senior in 



May. Now they look with expectation toward the responsi- 



bilities of student government and toward the thrill of 



becoming seniors. 



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JUNIORS 



First row, left to right: Anne Lee Amonette, 
Lynchburg, Va.; Betty Godfrey Asbill, Raleigh, 
N. C; Sarah Gatling Barbee, Raleigh, N. C; 
Harriott Kinloch Barnwell, Columbia, S. C; 
Sally Ann Borthwick, Winston-Salem, N. C; 
Lucy Plummer Brewer, Oxford, N. C. 

Second row: Martha Virginia Brickhouse, Nor- 
folk, Va.; Musette Kitchin Brown, Accomac, 
Va.; Anita Nease Buck, Jacksonville Beach, Fla.; 



Jacqueline Matthew Burke, Baltimore, Md ; 
Elizabeth Holt Burns, Fayetteville, N. C; 
Margery Cameron Carey, Orlando, Fla. 

Third row: Barbara Iris Corpening, Granite 
Falls. N. C; Barbara Nell Crawford, Raleigh, 
N. C; Jo Anne Darden, Franklin, Va.; Martha 
Dulaney Dillard. Lynchburg, Va.; Mary 
Frances Dillon, Raleigh, N. C; Jeannette 
Gillie Dougherty. Coronado, Calif. 




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JUNIORS 



First row, left to right: Lucinda Edwards, Wash- 
ington, N. C; Vivian Marie Ellis, Raleigh, N. C; 
Elizabeth Dortch Emory, Chapel Hill, N. C; 
Helen Peoples Eppes. Henderson, N. C; Armecia 
Lee Eure, Raleigh, N. C; Betsy Ann Evans, En- 
field, N. C. 

Second row: Virginia Lee Ewers, Madison Mills, 
Va.; Luck Coleman Flanders, Swainsboro, Ga.; 
Nellie Lejeune Fleenor. Charlotte, N. C; 



Priscilla Alden Ford, Washington, N. C; Anne 
Katherine Fulghum, Richmond, Va.; Lavalette 
Morton Fulghum, Richmond, Va. 

Third row: Nell Pritchett Fulghum, Raleigh, 
N. C; Barbara Victor Goode, Lynchburg, Va.; 
Jane Williams Gower, Greenville, S. C; Marion 
Hundley Guest, Anderson, S. C; Nancy Lee 
Hannah, Greenville, N. C; Kathryn Havnaer, 
Charlotte, N. C. 



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JUNIORS 



First row, left to right: Anne Davis Henson, Ra- 
leigh, N. C; Margaret Gene Hines, Greenwood. 
S. C; Nancy York Holland. Franklin, Va.; 
Marcaret Ann Houck, Roanoke, Va.; Mildred 
Joanne Howell, Waycross, Ga.; Josephine Cope- 
land Hoyt, Washington, N. C. 

Second roiv: Sarah Margaret Hudson. Winston- 
Salem, N. C; Caroline Keith Hunter, Green- 
ville, S. C; Frances Isbell. Greenville, S. C: 



Convere Myers Jones, Charlotte, N. C; Dorothy 
Mae Jones. Raleigh, N. C; Helen Arestedes 
Kalevas, Rockingham, N. C. 

Third row: Barbara Anne Liles, Raleigh, N. C; 
Elizabeth Lee Lokey\ Raleigh, N. C; Frances 
Long. Blanch, N. C.J Ann Purcell Lucas. New 
York, N. Y.; Josephine Anne McCallum, Haddon 
Heights, N. J.; Barbara Ellis Marley, Raleigh, 
N. C. 




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JUNIORS 



First row, left to right: Margaret Cushing 
Misenheimer, Concord, N. C; Margaret Reeves 
Moore, Roanoke, Va.; Lucy Patricia Murdoch, 
Durham, N. C; Evelyn Byrd Nelson, Charleston, 
W. Va.; Eleanor Hope Newell, Orlando, Fla.; 
Zelita Newman, Cary, N. C. 

Second row: Elinore Page Parrish, Richmond, 
Va.; Mary Elizabeth Peirson, Enfield, N. C; 
Julia Anne Perry, Raleigh, N. C; Mary Newsom 



Pierce, Greensboro, N. C; Eleanor Redwood 
Pollard, Asheville, N. C; Martha Barbara 
Pope, Dunn, N. C. 

Third row: Rose Murray Potter, Winston-Salem, 
N. C; Margaret Hughes Powers, Raleigh, N. C; 
Mary Lou Pratt, Sumter, S. C; Jerry Ann 
Quinn, Burlington, N. C; Janet Yvonne Reese, 
Fairmont, W. Va.; Nancy Ann Riddleberger, New 
York, N. Y. 



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JUNIORS 



First row, left to right: Martha Elizabeth 
Roberts, Kew Gardens, L. I., N. Y.; Emily 
Corbett Rowland. Sumter, S. C; Corneille 
Rylander, Americus, Ga.; Virginia Custer 
Smith, Ridley Park, Pa.; Lila Saunders Spilman, 
Statesville, N. C; Laura Lee Stickley, Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

Second row: Emily Sue Stowers, Bluefield, 
W. Va.; Barbara Stroughton, Raleigh, N. C; 
Peggy Jane Swinson, Wilson, N. C; Patricia Ann 
Taylor. Columbia, S. C; Nellie Collins 
Truslow, Chestertown, Md.; Logan Collier 
Vaught, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Third row: Sarah Frances Waddell. South 
Boston, Va.; Sarah Walston, Wilson, N. C; 
Roxie Ann Walters, Raleigh, N. C; Frances 
Preston Wescoat, Moorestown, N. J.; Marilyn 
Whetstone, Upper Nyack, N. Y.; Jacqueline 
White, Greensboro, N. C. 

Fourth roio: Lenoir Mercer Williams, Faison, 
N. C; Molly Ann Williams, Rocky Mount, 
N. C; Mary Matheson Williamson, Pine Apple, 
Ala.; Nancy Williamson, Bluefield, W. Va.; Anne 
Claiborne Willingham, Marietta, Ga.; Edith 
Winslow, Raleigh. N. C. 




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BETTY LOU BYRD 
President 

DORIS GREEN 
Vice President 

MILDRED CHAMBERLAIN 
Secretary-Treasurer 



THE BUSINESS CLASS 




That constant click of typewriters down by the postoffice 
is witness to the unflagging efforts of Saint Mary's future 
career women. . These girls prepare with thoroughness and 
practicality to take their places in the business world. 



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THE BUSINESS GLASS 




Virginia Anderson 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Jeannette Evans Boaz 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Elizabeth Louise Byrd 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Margaret Stuart Caldwell 

Concord, N. C. 

Mildred Briggs Chamberlain 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Margaret Sawyer Cooper 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Daisy Barnhardt Dixon 

Wilson, N. C. 
Pauline Dombalis 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Dorothy Louise Godwin 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Doris Pool Green 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Mary- Elizabeth Hobey 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Adelaide Boylston Linehan 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Jane Lowe 

Concord, N. C. 
Margaret Nowell Rawlings 

Wilson, N. C. 
Lona Jones Reames 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Georgia James Stathacos 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Jeanne Marie Stearns 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Catherine Margaret Thomas 

Wilson, N. C. 
Margaret Thomas Troutman 

Aberdeen, N. C. 
Nancy Banks Young 

Raleigh, N. C. 



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SUSAN TAYLOR 
President 

FRANCES COLLETT 
Vice President 

BETTY MARDRE 
Secretary 

EMILY DeLOACH 
Treasurer 



THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



>9\« 




As high school seniors, the Sophomore Class struggled 
through English and history, rejoiced in Saturday night 
dates off-campus, and enjoyed hushed midnight parties and 
lengthy discussions. They eagerly planned for the 
Freshman-Sophomore and then for the all-important Com- 
mencement, always anxiously looking toward the future 
. . . college! 



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SOPHOMORES 



Edith Fawcett Allison. Statesville, N. C; Virginia Lake Allsbrook, Scotland Neck, 
N. C; Myrtle White Alston, Henderson, N. C; Patricia Ashley Ambrose, Myrtle 
Beach, S. C; Margaret Elizabeth Anderson, Cheraw, S. C; Betsy Anne Barbour, 
Fuquay Springs, N. C. 

Betty Page Beal, Greensboro, N. C; Alice Elizabeth Byrnes, Charlotte, N. C; Eliza- 
beth Carter, Pinehurst, N. C; Elizabeth Howard Clarke, Manning, S. C; Ann Mitchell 
Coley, Raleigh, N. C; Frances Rountree Collett, Morganton, N. C. 

Nancy Burum Cumming, Augusta, Ga.; Josephine Rymer Cusick, Raleigh, N. C; 
Betty Glass Debnam, Raleigh, N. C; Emily deLoach, Lancaster, S. C; Etta Craig 
Dick. Charlotte, N. C; Jean Dickerson, Lakeland, Fla. 

Frances Wood Drane, Monroe, N. C; Nancy Lee Duckett, Raleigh, N. C; Katy 
Annetta Evans, Murfreesboro, N. C; Lillian Heyward Evans, Raleigh, N. C; Martina 
Carr Fillmore, Macclesfield, N. C; Elizabeth Martin Foreman, Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Noel Lillian Gibbs, Englehard, N. C; Glenn Abbott Harden, Raleigh, N. C; Anne 
Dewey Heartt. Raleigh, N. C; Myra Edna Jarosz, Graham, N. C.; Jean Craft Jenkins, 
Hartwell, Ga.; Susan Elizabeth Jenkins. Goldsboro, N. C. 




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SOPHOMORES 



Clara Justice, Marion, N. C.J Rachel Gordon Kearney, Franklinton, N. C.J Mary 
Elizabeth Kittrell, Pinetops, N. C; Rosa Parsons Little. Wadesboro, N. C; Vivian 
Elizabeth McAllister, Roper, N. C.J Iris Holt McEwen, Burlington, N. C. 

Anne McMullen, Edenton, N. C.J Elizabeth Miller Madre, Windsor, N. C.J Cordelia 
Ruffin Michie, Norfolk, Va.; Mary Ann Monfort, Manchester, Ga.; Katherine Tem- 
pleton Moseley, Kinston, N. C; Frances Ann Nowell, Ahoskie, N. C. 

Rachel Parker Pace, Raleigh, N. C.J Laura McNeil Page, Charlotte, N. C.J Martha 
Barbara Pope, Dunn, N. C; Christine Grevan Price, Marion Station, Md.; Joanne Mc- 
Kenzie Quinn. Sarasota, Fla.; Lettie Lindsay Sheek, Mocksville, N. C. 

Betsy Coke Shepard, Edenton, N. C.J Caroline Blair Snyder, Ft. Myers, Fla.; Susan 
Evans Taylor, Morganton, N. C; Anne Langdon Townsend, Marshall, Va.; Eleanor 
Blackwell Tucker, Raleigh, N. C.J Emily Harrison Weathers, Orlando, Fla. 

Ann Pender Wicker, Tarboro, N. C; Katherine Tudor Willcox, Norfolk, Va.; Martha 
Stuart Wilson, Louisville, Ky.; Frances Benbury Wood, Edenton, N. C.J Sally Ann 
Zeiger, Greensboro, N. C. 




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LUCILE BEST 


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NANCY HAMEL 


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Vice President 




JOSEPHINE COOPER 




Secretary 


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NANCY HOLT 




Treasurer 



THE FRESHMAN GLASS 




In years the youngest, in personality and vitality ir- 
repressible, and in potential ability and versatility out- 
standing, the Freshman class stands on the first rung of the 
ladder, looking up into a future bright with promise. 



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FRESHMEN 



Margaret Chappell Almand, 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Barbara McKinnon Barnes, Raleigh, N. C. 

Lucile Kelly Best, Clinton, N. C. 

Cecile Meetze Bickett, Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Blair Bowers. Jackson, N. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Bowles, Statesville, N. C. 



Josephine Brown Cooper, 
West Hartford, Conn. 

Sarah Lou Davis, Morganton, N. C. 

Emily Margaret Fisher, Raleigh, N. C. 

Shirley Ann Fox, Raleigh, N. C. 

Janet Forester Frazier, Raleigh, N. C. 

Aurelia Hope Fulton. Walnut Cove, N. C. 



Helen Canon Brundage, Tryon, N. C. 
Caroline Compton Camp, Franklin, Va. 
Mary Painter Cease, Edenton, N. C. 
Grace Bobette Chapman. Portsmouth, Va. 
Eliza Knox Chipley, Raleigh, N. C. 
Ruth Duvall Clark. Tarboro, N. C. 



Mary Eugenia Garrison, Raleigh, N. C. 
Sarah Margaret Hall. Highlands, N. C. 
Nancy Ann Hamel. Greensboro, N. C. 
Anne Harding Harmon, McBee, S. C. 




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FRESHMEN 



Beverly Harrison, Charlotte, N. C. 
Georganna Hundley. Thomasville, N. C. 
Grace Pettit Jones, Henderson, N. C. 
Mary Louisa Kimball, Henderson, N. C. 
Mariann Kirkpatrick, Raleigh, N. C. 
Virginia Mosby Leland, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



Barbara Mary Schumacher, 
Robbins, N. C. 

Vivian Crenshaw Scott, Farmville, N. 

Barbara Sibley, Raleigh, N. C. 

Alice Rebecca Smith. Raleigh, N. C. 

Elizabeth Foy, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Margaret Emerson Upchurch, 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Ann Marie McKenzie, Raleigh, N. C. 
Sylvia Lea Newsom, Charlotte, N. C. 

Grace Graeme Norsworthy, 
Waynesboro, Miss. 

Mary Marshall Ragland, Raleigh, N. C. 

Joanne Dorothy Roberts, Raleigh, N. C. 

Berta Allen Russ. Raleigh, N. C. 



Mary - Jo Whisenant, Maiden, N. C. 

Margaret Elizabeth Wilkins, 
Durham, N. C. 

Barbara Kathry'n Wooten, 
Marshall, N. C. 

Not photographed : 

Dianne Cantrell Guess, 
Fort Myers, Fla. 

Margaret Anne Hallman, Sanford, N. C. 




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PREPS 




Nancy Lou Bobbitt, Raleigh, N. C; Patsy Nell Cameron, Kipling, N. C; Lizzie 
Hancock, Oxford, N. C; Nancy Jerome Holt. Erwin, N. C; Nathalie Hunter, 
Columbia, S. C; Carolyn Cartwright Mahon, Greenville, S. C; Mary Ann 
Robinson, Asheville, N. C: Charlotte Eloise Wallin, Hot Springs, Va.; Jean 
Marie West, Raleigh, N. C; Nancy Ann Wright. Raleigh, N. C. Not photo- 
graphed: Katherine Mayo Creighton, Raleigh, N. C. 



CERTIFICATE STUDENTS 

Music: 

Payne, Margaret Lee Strickland, Jean 
Whetstone, Marilyn 

Commercial Art: 

French, Lucy Pierce, Mary 

Henderson. Alice Taylor, Elizabeth 

Hunter. Mary Craig Williams, Molly 

Jones. Ann Woodley, Virginia 



Fine Art: 

Lanier, Ann 
Lucas, Ann 
McCaw, Cynthia 



Rose, Gene 
Stoughton, Barbara 
Swinson, Peggy 
Vaught. Logan 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Abdalla, Mary Lou 
Check, Carolyn Elizabeth 
Daniel, Barbara 
Hobbs, Nancy 



Jeffreys, Mary Louise 
Lee, Mary Fa ye 
Nicholson. Mary Allen 
Williamson. Betty Ross 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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PUBLI 



The Editors 

Miss Jones is the guiding hand which 
directs the over-all policy of the publications 
and more intimately steers the "Bulletin"; 
Mrs. Wallace stands behind the "Belles" and 
Stage Coach with ready solutions for their 
unending difficulties. 

Shepherding her staff with a firm and able 
hand. "Fripp" functions like a small-sized 
dynamo in the week-after-week job of get- 
ting out the ''Belles.'' 

Martha has not only tackled with diplo- 
macy (and when necessary, force) the job of 
prodding the literary to productive efforts, 
but has also manifested proof of her efficiency 
and discernment in compiling and editing 
an excellent "Bulletin." 

By application of originality, competence, 
and tenacity. Gene has weathered a year of 
wrestling with budgets, pictures, and "Where 
is your copy?" to produce, at last, the Stage 
Coach. 





O 10 i n g to Ann's 
valiant efforts with 
recalcitrant report- 
ers, gross errors in 
copy, the demands 
of the printer, and 
to Judy's efficient 
supervision of her 
circulation staff, the 
"Belles" mi r ac u- 
lously meets its 
deadline and fur- 
nishes news and en- 
tertainment twice a 
month. 



The Belles 



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CATIONS 




LLETIN 




The 
Bulletin 

A record of 
alumnae activities 
and the voice of 
Saint Mary's crea- 
tive talent, the quar- 
terly "Bulletin" is 
eagerly awaited and 
well - worn soon 
after its arrival. 



From behind 
piles of photo- 
graphs, stacks of 
copy, and lists of 
everything fro m 
seniors to superla- 
tives, the Stage 
Coach staff, with 
the vigorous aid of 
Adelaide and her 
advertising s t aff, 
labors to assemble 
in the yearbook a 
record of the life 
and activities of a 
school year. 




The Stage Coach 



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LITERARY SOCIETIES 




Sigma 
Lambda 




The Sigma Lambda's 
headed by president Sis 
Silver, form one of the two 
societies organized for those 
interested in the literary 
field. 



EAP 




The E.A.P.'s are led by 
president Margaret Cum- 
mings. Both societies have 
been in the process of re- 
organization this year. 




Y.W.'s 'n W.A.'s 



YWGA Council 

The "Y," originally organized for 
those not of the Episcopal Church, is 
now open to all. The council, headed 
by Sara Mell Smith, leads this group 
in religious activities and plans for 
visiting lecturers and dinner meetings 
at the Hut. 





Woman's 

Auxiliary 

Council 



Episcopal girls, led 
by Cynthia McCaw. 
comprise the Wom- 
an's Auxiliary 
which has this year 
not only conducted 
the traditional 
Thompson Orphan- 
age Drive, but also 
sold school blazers. 
This organization 
plays a very real 

■ part in strengthen- 
in g the religious 
atmosphere of the 

j school. 



CANDLES 'N' CHORISTERS 



Choir 



White Robes . . . Borthwick and 
Hannah . . . "My soul doth magnify 
the Lord" . . . Angelic faces and voices 
to match. 




Altar Guild 

Under the helpful guidance of Miss 
Bason, a small group of seniors 
reverently undertakes the task of pre- 
paring the chapel for services. 



^mmmmmsiMxiMi^M 



SIGMA'S 'N' SONGSTERS 



The Sigma Pi 
Alpha 

The Sigma Pi Alpha with Cynthia 
McCaw as president of the Saint 
Mary's chapter is a national honorary 
language society. It is composed of 
those girls who have, in their lan- 
gvage subject, maintained an average 
of B-\- with no lower than B on other 
subjects. 





The 
Glee Club 

Saint Mary's 
points ivith pride to 
the excellent per- 
formances of its 
Glee Club. These 
select f e w. under 
the direction of Miss 
Cate, provide the 
school with the best 
in choral singing. 



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GREASE PAINT 'N' SANDALS 




Dramatics 
Club 

The stage - struck 
find a home with 
Miss Davis and her 
Dramatics Club. 
Headed by the pres- 
ident, Violet La 
Rue, this group has 
in '46 displayed its 
talents in "Little 
Women' and 
"Twelfth Night." 



Orchesis 

Coming to the 
forefront as one of 
the most popular 
activities at Saint 
Mary's, this creative 
dance group has in- 
creased its member- 
ship considerably. 




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DOCS 'N' DAUGHTERS 



Doctor's 

Daughters 

Club 

The D o c t o r s' 
Daughers, under the 
supervision of Mrs. 
Naylor. and Mar- 
garet Lee Payne, 
president, interest 
themselves in wel- 
fare work. Active 
this year in raising 
funds for China Re- 
lief and provisions 
for the needy of Ra- 
leigh, they have 
also entertained 
with their "Father's 
Banquet'' and 
several parties in 
the Hut. 





Grand- 
daughters 
Club 

Headed by presi- 
dent Lila Spilman 
and Alumnae Secre- 
t ar y Alice Bell, 
the Granddaughters 
Club is composed of 
second and third 
generation Saint 
Mary's. 



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LINGUISTICS 'N' POLITICS 




Le Cercle Francais 

Under the guidance of Madame 
Smith with Betty Pierson as presi- 
dent, Le Cercle Francais meets in- 
formally once a month with a guest 
speaker to discuss the French lan- 
guage, customs, and culture. 



Political 

Science 

Club 



This group, di- 
rected by Mr. Guess 
and Betsy Dempsey, 
is composed of eco- 
nomics, history, 
sociology, and gov- 
ernment students 
who are interested 
in broadening their 
conception of world 
affairs. At th e 
monthly meetings, 
guest speakers dis- 
cuss with the mem- 
bers happenings in 
the world today. 




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PRODUCTIONS 'N' PERSONALITIES 






ATHLETICS 



ATHLETIC 



Mu Officers 



Sylvia Green, President 

As a bundle of vivacity and enthusiasm, Sybbe 
vitalizes the Mus into a spirited drive for the plaque. 



Barbara 




The Athletic Council 

Directing the tenor of athletic activities at Saint 
Mary's, the Sigma and Mu presidents and vice presi- 
dents, the president of the Letter Club, Miss Graham, 
and Mrs. Guess comprise the Athletic Council. 



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ASSOCIATION 



Sigma Officers 



Beti 



IE Cooper, President 



Parado.vica^fcutel^Lcapable. Betty Anne leads 
the Sigma'Ayoith pcr.sMire charm and persistent 
determinate 

Jan STRiCKLAND.Wice President 
Tall, daM, and handsome Man is Coop's right-hand 
man and cMaluable pillar of We team. 





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The Letter Club 

The athletically inclined gain entrance to the 
Letter Club by earning an all-star in two major 
sports. Famed for their reversible circle initiation, 
the Club sponsors Posture Week and the athletic 
banquet at which the plaque is awarded. 



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HOCKEY 




During the fall weather the hockey field echoes with the ring of stick against ball and spirited 
encouragement from the sidelines. In '46, the Mu's defeated the Sigmas in two consecutive games, 
thereby winning the tournament. 



BASKETBALL 




''Charging!" calls Miss Graham as the game becomes a little too enthusiastic. The after-Christmas 
basketball season always brings out the sportswomen in crowds to try for the Sigma and Mu teams 
and the coveted all-star. 



SWIMMING 




Proving its supe- 
riority in speed and 
form, the swimming 
team took high hon- 
ors in the Inter-Col- 
legiate Play Day. 



BADMINTON 



Loudly advocated 
by its adherents, 
badminton is be- 
coming more and 
more popular as a 
campus pastime. 





TENNIS 

Tennis ranks high 
among favorite 
sports, and this year 
Saint Mary's was 
hostess for the ten- 
nis tournament dur- 
ing the Inter-Col- 
legiate Play Day. 



ATHLETIC EVENTS 





FEATURES 



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MARSHALS 




Clark, Thorp, Strickland (Chief); Childs, Roberts, E., Ashburn 
Add a bit of dignity to a wealth of poise, graciousness, and charm; the result, the girls who were proudly 



hosen to represent Saint Mary's to the public eye. These, our marshals, lead the loay. 




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DANCE MARSHALS 




Standing: Carter, Thorp, Hancock, Green, Cummings. Seated: Hines, Smith, Dempsey (Chief); Darden, Linehan, Pratt, 
Hannah. 

From card dances and lead-outs to intermission capers, the dance marshals see that all runs as smoothly 
as clockwork. These girls, chosen for their good looks, amiability . and efficiency, are untiring in their efforts to 
make Saint Mary's dances successful, and for this-T»cison. merit heartiest thanks and appreciation. 




OUTSTANDING 




Peggy Swindell - Ann Jones 



It is felt that recog- 
nition should be 
awarded each year to 
those members of the 
Senior class who have 
proven themselves 
particularly outstand- 
ing in I e a d e r s h i p, 
school spirit, and 
achievements. 



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GIRLS 




Saint Mary's stu- 
dent body picks these 
eight as deserving of 
this position of honor. 



Gene Rose - Elizabeth Myatt 



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OUTSTANDING 




Martha Conger - Margaret Nor fleet 



It is felt that recog- 
nition should be 
aicarded each year to 
those members of the 
Senior class who have 
proven themselves 
particularly outstand- 
ing in leadership, 
school spirit, and 
achievements. 



74 



GIRLS 




Saint Mary's stu- 
dent body picks these 
eight as deserving of 
this position of honor. 



Jean Strickland - Jean Roberts 



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HEARTS 'N ; 




Delight over an additional dance . . . Gene's struggle with decorations . . . dif- 
ficulties as the newspaper walls tear at every touch . . . the Parlor and hall 
overflowing with expectant dates . . . flutter of excitement as flowers begin to 
arrive . . . strains of music from the gym hasten last minute touches . . . "Well, 
hey, who'd you come with?" . . . "Has anybody seen my stag? I think he's lost!" 
. . . mad rush for cokes at intermission . . . the leadout . . , AND the climax, the 
ceiling crashing down not once but twice (who dun it?) ... the last strains of 
"Goodnight Sweetheart." 



THE 

STAGE COACH 

DANCE 



FLOWERS 




THE 
SENIOR 
DANCE 



Continuous painting in Holt attic to get "Ma in her kerchief" and "Pa in his 
cap" . . . Roberts spending most of Friday on a ladder stringing up the ceiling . . . 
"Where did I put my bids?" . . . "May I borrow your gold earrings?" . . . "break- 
ing-est dance that we've had" . . . Dr. Stone in tails . . . Senior officers leading 
out . . . Amazement as the card dances work smoothly for the first time in recorded 
history . . . "No, Bill. You see, you're supposed to stand under your name" , . . 
five minutes to twelve and "Be sure to get here for church tomorrow" or "See 
you in a minute" for the fortunate. 



MAY OUEEN AND MAID OF HONOR 




Sande Chi Ids - Jean Craft Jenkins 



THE THINGS WE DID LAST SUMMER 




SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 




THE BIG DAY 




FINIS 





SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Richard G. Stone, President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High school graduates are offered two years of standard college work. 
The curriculum also includes 1 1th and 12th grades of high school work. 
All academic courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 



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Stationery 



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* 

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• 
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